Videos showing demos of a product or service are the best! We now have video tours / tutorials of Mosio’s Text a Librarian available on the Text a Librarian website. They were made as a way of showing how the service works for those unfamiliar with it, but also as a video training guide for […]
Back in January I wrote a blog post titled “The iPad, Tablets and E-Readers in Libraries: Game Changers or are they just Another Mobile Technology?” My decision was that I was uncertain, but suspected they were just another mobile technology. This weekend I got one and I have to say, I love it. I think […]
“Arenâ€™t you oversimplifying this?Â Yes. Thatâ€™s the whole point.” From the Steve Krugâ€™s new book, Rocket Surgery Made Easy We’ve added a simple, but very effective feature we call “Text for Instructions.” Simply stated, it means your patrons only have to text your keyword to 66746 for instructions on how to use your service. What happens […]
Use the Buzz to Build One Google’s new microblogging service, is getting a lot of, well, buzz. “Hello World!” has literally been replaced by “Buzz! Buzz!” by new people trying it out. If you’re not familiar with it, here’s the best way to explain it: It’s all of the elements that one could think of […]
Augmenting Toll Free 800 Numbers With Mobile Text Messaging for Customer Service Americans are texting more than they’re talking, a trend that’s likely to grow more than slow down over the next 5-10 years. It’s easy and it’s quick. The popularity and usage of texting is no surprise as the on-the-go lifestyle ends up being […]
Mosio Featured in inGEN Magazine’s “Movers and Shakers” Issue, November 2009 Who doesn’t love a little recognition? We’ll take it. This month Mosio is featured in inGEN Magazine along with some great local entrepreneurs, including Aaron Patzer (Mint.com), Chip Conley (Joi de Vivre Hotels), Ted Rheingold (Dogster.com) and Bijan Mirashi (Xoopit). Page 42.
It’s official, RefStart is now LIVE! When Text a Librarian launched at ALA Midwinter in January earlier this year, we began hearing of the difficulties of managing all of the various virtual reference utilities, social networks, search engines and reference sites available. â€œI wish I could have everything in one placeâ€ became a current theme. […]